I fell two years ago (before I knew I had MS) and just about killed my ankle. It twisted to the side and I flew into the flower bed (graceful huh?) Anyhow the xrays and doctors said it was sprained,but would be fine. Well I went back to the doc and then to a specialist...its fine they say. But it's still aches and get swollen two years latter. Could the MS have anything to do with the healing process?
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